Case For The Defence Graham Greene Summary Essays and Term Papers

  • The Case for the Defence by Graham Greene

    Intro about the story The Case for the Defence is a well-written thriller by Graham Greene, a famous English novelist, which deals with a strange murder trial. The defendant, guilty of murder of a woman and having four eye-witnesses to testify against him is thought of standing no chance of acquittal...

      364 Words | 1 Pages   Acquittal

  • A Shocking Accident by Graham Greene: Summary/Review

    In "The Shocking Accident", Graham Greene writes about a character named Jerome and the change he goes through as he becomes a different person in the end of the story. We see him as a whole new changed person, way different from the Jerome we knew from the beginning of the book. Jerome is quite young...

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  • Graham Greene

    Graham Greene: A Catholic Novelist Henry Graham Greene (1904-1991) is famous around the world as a prolific writer. During his career, extending over sixty years, he wrote more than twenty novels, a collection of short stories, several plays, screenplays as well as books of travel writing, essays and...

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  • Graham Greene - the Third Man

    Graham Greene - The Third Man A classic tale of friendship and betrayal I. Life of the author Henry Graham Greene was born on 2 October 1904 in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, England and was one of six children. At the age of eight he attended the Berkhamsted school where his father Charles was the...

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  • The Power and the Glory by Graham Greene

    The Power and the Glory by Graham Greene Book report by Allen Rabinovich It is the story-teller's task to elicit sympathy and a measure of understanding for those who lie outside the boundaries of State Approval. I. One day I gave The Power and the Glory to... a native of Mexico who had lived through...

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  • "The Destructors" written by Graham Greene.

    Graham Greene's "The Destructors" is a short story that takes place in London nine years after the conclusion of World War II. Post-war conflict had struck after that ("the last bomb of the first blitz") and because of this, situations such as the destruction of Old Misery's house occurred. The story...

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  • The Destructors by Graham Greene

    The Destructors by Graham Greene Analysis When first reading "The Destructors", by Graham Greene, one might think they are simply reading a tale of childhood mischief. However, like all valuable stories, there are deeper connections that must be made in order to understand the author's motives. "The...

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  • The Destructors â€" by Graham Greene

    The characters in The Destructors mirror their real selves. With Close reference to the story, give your response. ESSAY - In ?The Destructors?, Graham Greene mirrors the character?s real selves through actions and thoughts of the characters. Other than mirroring the characters? true self, the actions...

      745 Words | 2 Pages   Self

  • Graham Greene “I Spy”

    Стилистический анализ текста: Graham Greene “I Spy” The text under stylistic analysis “I Spy” is written by Graham Greene in the style of fiction. It deals with author’s feelings and emotions about relations at school, relations in the family. The main theme of the story is how main character of...

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  • "The Destructors" by Graham Greene

    story "The Destructors" by Graham Greene, a group of boys who call themselves the Wormsley Common, are faced with many difficult decisions to make. "It was on the eve of August Bank Holiday that the latest recruit became the leader of the Wormsley Commom Gang"(Graham Greene). Trevor, the new leader and...

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  • The Quiet American by Graham Greene

    Graham Greene's novel, The Quiet American, is more than a political statement about whether or not America or any other country for that matter should become involved in the affairs of another country; Greene makes the question human and personal. The novel can be read as a political and moral reflection...

      1637 Words | 4 Pages   The Quiet American, Irony

  • The Destructors by Graham Greene

    “The Destructors” By Graham Greene Purpose of the Short Story: To teach the reader about the destructive element present in human nature. Atmosphere: The atmosphere is quite dark and has a very pessimistic outlook of the World. The fact that the neighborhood has been demolished by bombs in the Second...

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  • "The Root Of All Evil" By Graham Greene.

    The story "The Root of All Evil" by Graham Greene is an excellent moral story about the sins that can arise when people try too hard to keep secrets. Lies, scandals, and murders are all created by secretive behavior, leading one to believe that secrets are the root of all evil. The trouble in this story...

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  • Graham Greene: the Invisible Japanese Gentlemen

    Graham Greene: The Invisible Japanese Gentlemen 1. Describe the characters. The young woman: She had thin blonde hair and how she spoke showed that she studied in one of the best school of London. Her fiancé: He was doomed and easy to control by others. The narrator (author): He was a reflective...

      4345 Words | 11 Pages   Narrative mode, Reason

  • Centrality of Opposites in the Novelsof Graham Greene

    The fiction of Graham Greene often deals with the confusing clash of ideologies and The Power and the Glory and The Quiet American are no exception to this. In this essay I will consider the centrality of these twinned adversaries. First I will outline how Greene constructs the dynamic of the relationship...

      1585 Words | 5 Pages   The Quiet American

  • The Case for the Defence

    when four witnesses saw him or someone with his appearance coming out of Mrs. Parker’s house holding a hammer on the day that she was murdered. The case is muddied by the fact that while Adams is standing in the dock there is another Adams, his identical twin sitting at the back of the court with his...

      601 Words | 2 Pages   Narrative mode

  • The Quiet American: a Political Warning by Graham Greene

    Mor T Faye Hist 304: The US and The Vietnam War Prof. Nolan Spring 2013 The Quiet American: A political warning by Graham Greene The Quiet American by Graham Greene is a novel that depicts a love triangle between a British journalist, an American secret agent and a Vietnamese girl in Vietnam...

      1371 Words | 4 Pages   The Quiet American, Narrative mode

  • A Case for Defence

    A Case for the Defence -Graham Greene Revision Questions and Answers 1. What does his ‘wearing gloves’ suggest? When Mrs. Salmon saw Adams, he was at the steps of Mrs. Parker’s house and he was wearing gloves and had a hammer in his hands. Wearing gloves suggests that he had committed the crime...

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  • The Book Report on "The Power and The Glory" by Graham Greene

    It is the story-teller's task to elicit sympathy and a measure of understanding for those who lie outside the boundaries of State Approval. Graham Greene One day I gave The Power and the Glory to... a native of Mexico who had lived through the worst persecutions... She confessed that your descriptions...

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  • "The Power and the Glory" by Graham Greene. Includes bibliography.

    behavior, their views of a certain situation, or even their personality altogether. However, when reading the novel The Power and the Glory written by Graham Greene the reader does not find this quality within one of the major characters. The lieutenant, the antagonist and one of the two main characters of the...

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